Category: 5G


The Telecoms.com Podcast: ‘Live’ from 5G World!

This week’s episode has Scott, Jamie and Iain out at the Excel for 5G World, and funnily enough 5G was big on the agenda. Aside from some posturing in the 5G race, UK Secretary of State Jeremy Wright also gave some ‘nuanced’ insight into the on-going Huawei saga.

Ericsson soups up its 5G software

Kit vendor Ericsson has released some new software designed to help operators with their move so standalone 5G NR when they eventually get around to it.

New 5G NR device and network testing solutions unveiled by Rohde & Schwarz at 5G World 2019

Principle Technology Manager Meik Kottkamp provides an overview of the status of 5G, highlights new test requirements that its emergence brings and how Rohde & Schwarz is addressing them. In particular, Meik describes new capabilities from Rohde & Schwarz for device testing and measuring end user Quality of Experience using commercially available 5G NR smartphones.

Broadcom hit by friendly-fire in US/China trade war

Broadcom has unveiled its financial results for the last three months, though it isn’t the rosy picture some might have hoped for as ‘continued geopolitical uncertainties’ weigh heavy on the spreadsheets.

New York rages against T-Mobile/Sprint merger

Things are already looking dicey for the proposed merger between T-Mobile US and Sprint, and then New York’s Attorney General wades into the saga with scathing opinions.

Nexign talks digital transformation in the 5G era

At the recent Digital Transformation World event in Nice we spoke to Alexey Vedin, Product Director, Network Monetisation at Nexign. We discussed the evolution of CSPs to DSPs, digital transformation in the 5G era and the importance of digital partnerships.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Global 5G, tech regulation and telecoms jobs

Same crew, different furniture this week as the guys take to the sofa. They start with a look at how the global 5G rollout is going and who may be winning among the vendors. Conversation moves onto the increasing regulatory pressure faced by US tech giants and concludes by reflecting on the trend towards job losses at operators.

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